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Any pedlar shall at all times, on demand, produce and show his certificate to any of the following persons; (that is to say,)
(1)Any justice of the peace; or
(2)Any constable or officer of police; or
(3)Any person to whom such pedlar offers his goods for sale; or
(4)Any person in whose private grounds or premises such pedlar is found:
And any pedlar who refuses, on demand, to show his certificate to, and allow it to be read and a copy thereof to be taken by, any of the persons hereby authorized to demand it, shall for each offence be liable to a penalty not exceeding [F1level 1 on the standard scale] .
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